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February 24, 2018

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A quick-fix supper

Here is my favorite, quick-fix supper:

1 pack whole wheat wraps
1 pack shredded broccoli slaw
1/3 c. dry roasted peanuts
2 boneless skinless chicken breast 1/2's
1T olive oil
1/3 c. hot sauce

Cut into strips and stir fry the chicken breasts in the oil in large skillet 5 minutes. Add broccoli slaw and stir fry 5 more minutes. Add peanuts and hot sauce and stir fry 3 more minutes. Warm wraps in paper towel in microwave 30 seconds, divide meat mixture into wraps and roll up. Serve immediately. Serves 4.


Alex Anderson - BHS student of the month

Alex Anderson

Alex Anderson, Bluffton High School senior, is the September BHS student of the month.

She is a member of the Math Club, band, flag corp, jazz band and is a cheerleader. Her post-secondary involvement includes calculus I, II, psychology and integrated arts at Bluffton University. She plans to attend Bluffton University upon graduation from BHS and hopes to persue pre-medicine.

She is the daughter of Shellie and Tony Anderson, 316 Cherry St., Bluffton.


Doris Dukes 1919-2009

Doris Dukes

Doris D. Dukes, 90, of Pandora died at 2:30 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009 at Hilty Memorial Home, Pandora. She was born April 8, 1919 in Wellington, Ohio, to George and Celia Ruth (Jackson) Devereaux. On Dec. 24, 1944 she married Robert G. Dukes and he died May 30, 1974.

Doris taught high school in Bloomfield High School, Bloomfield, Ohio. She had also worked at Cooper Tire, Findlay, during World War II. After taking time off to raise her family she returned to teaching at Cory-Rawson Middle School retiring in 1984.


Review: Where the wild things are

Review by Kerry Bush


BHS fall drama on stage Nov. 6-7

An audience participation play "A Wing and a Prayer," will be presented by the Bluffton High School Drama Club 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6-7 on the Middle School cafetorium stage.

The plot
Rev. Longacre is gathering a small group of church members together at a potluck supper to broach the subject of starting a building fund. Duty-bound, Hazel arrives first to set up everything and tell the teverend she has yet to find out who's been sending him anonymous love letters.


Roasted pumpkin seeds

As you carve that pumpkin to place on your front porch this month, remember, you can have your pumpkin and eat it too. The seeds that is. The most difficult part of this easy snack is sticking your hand inside the pumpkin and pulling out the seeds.

Once you've achieved this, it's all down hill. Rinse the seeds to get rid of all the inside goop. Turn your oven to 325. Oil a cookie tray. Spread the seeds out on the tray. Salt the seeds. Place tray in oven in center rack.